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Re: scsi boot

This isn't really a Debian-ISP question.. but anyway...

I don't think the 2.2 release had the Compaq SCSI drivers built into the

You either need to compile/get a kernel with the required SCSI drivers
built in, or get the module for it.

Check the Debian website... I think there were boot floppies that included
many SCSI drivers on it... not sure what it is called though. Maybe
someone in debian-boot can help.

----- Original Message -----
From: "sihite" <sihite@ks.net.id>
To: "Debian ISP" <debian-isp@lists.debian.org>;
Sent: Sunday, August 18, 2002 8:53 PM
Subject: scsi boot

> Dear All,
> I am a beginner in linux, and now i have a problem with my new
> I try to install a debian using debian potato rel. 2.2R4,
> my computer is compag, using scsi hardrive. But when i try to boot using
the cd of debian rel. 2.2.R4 my scsi hardisk didn't detect/probe by debian
> How to boot parameters, and make my scsi detect/probe automatically ?
> Thanks,
> sihite
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